According to the Süddeutsche Zeitung, Julia Hülsmann is not only a "fine spirit among German jazz pianists," her melody-driven playing virtually predetermines the proximity to lyricism and song.
According to the Süddeutsche Zeitung, Julia Hülsmann is not only a "fine spirit among German jazz pianists," her melody-driven playing virtually predetermines the proximity to lyricism and song. It is hardly surprising that she has a special affinity for the human voice. This is evidenced by her collaborations with vocalists such as Rebekka Bakken, Roger Cicero and Theo Bleckmann. With the Norwegian Live Maria Roggen, the Angolan Aline Frazão and the ECHO Jazz Prize winner Michael Schiefel, she now forms an ensemble of the highest class, which is complemented instrumentally by other experts in their field. When the three wonderful singers then come together in joint songs, a dazzling and fascinating sound emerges, which is sometimes underpinned by a classical piano quartet, sometimes by the jazz trio in a multifaceted and multicolored way. This international concert project of the extra class makes own songs and new interpretations of Alanis Morissette or Ani DiFranco to an event.
With: Julia Hülsmann (piano); Live Maria Roggen (vocals); Aline Frazão (vocals); Michael Schiefel (vocals); Susanne Paul (violoncello); Héloïse Lefebvre (violin); Eva Kruse (bass); Eva Klesse (drums)
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